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Rome Photo Blog: The Vatican, Rome viewed from the street with Italian Car

Rome Photo Blog: On Location in Italy’s Eternal City

My visit to Rome started with preconceptions. The travel tales of friends, twitter rants about Rome’s tourism problem, and the myopic comments of armchair travellers seeped into my consciousness. Rome must suck, I thought. Expecting rude natives, endless traffic jams, mediocre food, stinking streets, and queues for everything, I was ever hopeful to avoid the worst of …

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Dublin on a Budget | save money in Ireland's Capital City

Dublin On A Budget – Here’s How to Visit & Not Go Broke

The Dublin on a Budget Guide is the essential guide to saving money in Ireland’s capital, a city known for being expensive. Tips on saving money on transport, accommodation, food, and entertainment. Here’s the ultimate guide to things to do in Dublin for free, nearly free, and downright reasonably priced. The Budget Guide to Dublin is a …

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What to do in Dublin | Interesting Things To Do in Ireland's Biggest City

Unique Things To Do In Dublin, Ireland – Advice From A Local

There are a billion blog posts out there telling you where to go and what to do in Dublin. That’s not to say there’s anything wrong with them. They tell most people what they need to know. But I don’t want to rehash the same old information. This is a guide to the “new” best …

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The Hipster's Guide to Dublin

The Hipster Guide to Dublin: Avocados, Beards, & Coffee

Dublin is my hometown. And I’ve spent enough time away (12-15 years) in the last 20 years to witness drastic differences in the capital city of Ireland. Back in 2007 Dublin was invaded by the Polish. Our hard-working newly paid-up members of the EU came in their droves. Then came the Brazilians, who congregated near …

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Finding Your Irish Argentine Roots – Irish Genealogy Resources

If like me, you’ve been travelling for any period of time, cultural identity becomes more important. My background has definitely become something of a source of interest, pride even. This renewed interest is cultivated by people prompting me to discuss it. Everywhere I travel, there are always people that want to know about my family history. …

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Admiral William Brown – The Irish Founder Of Argentina’s Navy

Guillermo Brown, born William Brown, is probably the most well-known Irish person to have made a name for himself in Latin America. As the first admiral of the Argentine navy and a highly respected and victorious leader, Admiral William Brown influenced Argentina more than any other immigrant from Ireland. William Brown’s early years Born in …

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Che Guevara's Irish Roots

Che Guevara’s Irish Roots – The Irish in Argentina

Che Guevara Lynch is a legend in several countries. A traveller and nomad, explorer, hero, villain, liberator, oppressor, killer, politician, and icon. He’s also one of the most famous Irish-Argentine personalities along with William Brown, the Irish founder of the Argentine Navy. Guevara is well known for being a leading figure in the Cuban Revolution …

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The Best Cafes In Dublin, Ireland [ in 2020]

Dubliners like tea. In fact, Irish people are the second biggest consumers of tea in the world (the Turks hold first place). But Coffee culture is taking over and more people drink coffee than don’t these days. So where do people go for good coffee in Dublin? Which businesses compete for the prize of Dublin’s …

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